Indoor Park is seeking space              

June 2022 Posted in Briefs, Community

By Melissa Wagoner

Oregon winters can be long, rainy and isolating for the parents of young children who aren’t yet in school. But for the last 18 years those months were made just a little bit easier thanks to Silverton Indoor Park – a cooperative organization providing a space for parents to network and kids under five to play. 

“Children can zoom around on the many riding toys, slide and climb on the indoor play structure or pretend to be master chefs in the mini kitchen,” Jan Halowati, the program director for Silverton Together, wrote in a recent press release designed to notify the community of the Indoor Park’s need for a new space.

In the past, Indoor Park rented space from United Methodist Church, she wrote. “They were open during Silver Falls school days, from September to mid-June.”

Which means time is running short to establish a new lease before the next session is scheduled to begin.

“If you have a space that would work for them, please contact me and I will be happy to arrange a meeting,” Halowati urged, listing her office number, 503-873-0405 as the best form of communication. “Thank you for your consideration.”

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